College girls interrupt news broadcast looking for weed

Turn up for journalism.


Gabe Bergado

Internet Culture

Published May 21, 2015   Updated May 28, 2021, 6:56 pm CDT

There’s nothing like the high of watching your favorite football team win a big game. But one Texas A&M fan wanted to get higher still, and asked a local journalist where to score weed during his live TV broadcast. 

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Two girls stroll up to the CBS 21 reporter while he’s on camera, screaming “Johnnyyyyy Football! Johnny Fooootbaaaall!” while flashing smiles and thumbs-up signs. From their semi-dazed looks, it’s pretty obvious that the girls at least pre-gamed before heading over to the football stadium.

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The girl on the right asks, “Is this live?”—as if she doesn’t totally know that it’s live—and then gives this gooberish facial expression:


She goes on to offer her commentary on how she thinks Texas A&M’s team will perform this year. When her brunette friend tries to chime in, she hushes her almost immediately. The girl on the left finally gets to dish her football feels around 1:33, but what comes out of her mouth is a ramble that would make Miss South Carolina from Miss Teen USA 2007 proud.

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Be sure to pay special attention to the moment around 0:40 when the anchor says the word “high” and the brunette seizes on the idea of smoking some of our favorite leafy plant. 

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And y’all have a great night after watching this. 

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*First Published: May 21, 2015, 3:21 pm CDT